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FEATURE | Blocker Sleeve, Redefining Goaltender Training [with AUDIO]

FEATURE | Blocker Sleeve, Redefining Goaltender Training [with AUDIO]

by Amy Johnson, Lead Correspondent, IceCaps Hockey Report MONTREAL, QC — Sometimes the invention of a groundbreaking new product doesn’t come as the result of someone setting out to be an innovator, but rather from the discovery of a need … Continue reading

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HABS BIO | Charles Hudon Provides Options for Canadiens

HABS BIO | Charles Hudon Provides Options for Canadiens

By Blain Potvin, Staff Writer, All Habs Magazine HALIFAX, NS. — Charles Hudon was the Canadiens fifth round selection of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, 122nd overall.  Hudon slid down the draft board to the fifth round mostly due to … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Game Day, Demers, McCarron, Drouin, Radulov, more

HEADLINES | Game Day, Demers, McCarron, Drouin, Radulov, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday April 7, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1928 — 44-year-old coach Lester Patrick replaced injured netminder Lorne Chabot in goal, and Rangers’ Frank Boucher scored at 7:05 of overtime to give N.Y. a 2-1 win … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Game Day, Price, Lindgren, Scrivens, Dubois, more

HEADLINES | Game Day, Price, Lindgren, Scrivens, Dubois, more

All Habs Headlines: Saturday April 2, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1927 — New York Rangers’ Lorne Chabot became the first rookie goalie in NHL history to get a shutout in his first playoff game.  1980 — Edmonton rookie Wayne Gretzky … Continue reading

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ROSTER UPDATE | Canadiens Sign Defenseman Tom Parisi to Two-Year Deal

ROSTER UPDATE | Canadiens Sign Defenseman Tom Parisi to Two-Year Deal

Canadiens agree to terms on a two-year contract with free agent Tom Parisi Montreal Canadiens PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL – Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced Saturday that the team has agreed to terms on a two-year, two-way contract (2016-17 … Continue reading

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MAILBAG | Your Questions About Desharnais, Therrien, IceCaps

MAILBAG | Your Questions About Desharnais, Therrien, IceCaps

by Corey Desormeaux , Managing Editor, All Habs Hockey Magazine   OTTAWA, ON –- I am really excited to be taking on the All Habs Mailbag with my colleague Marc Lescoutre. Looking forward to answering more of your questions in weeks … Continue reading

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Lehkonen Named Top Habs Prospect

Lehkonen Named Top Habs Prospect

by Christopher Hatzitolios, Staff Writer, All Habs Hockey Magazine TORONTO, ON — Recently TSN’s prospect guru Craig Button released his top 50 NHL-affiliated prospects along with each Canadian team’s top 5 prospects. Button’s rankings had caused a bit of a stir as … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Subban, IceCaps, Carbonneau, Kovalev, Bergevin, more

HEADLINES | Subban, IceCaps, Carbonneau, Kovalev, Bergevin, more

All Habs Headlines: Sunday January 31, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1920 — Quebec’s Joe Malone set an NHL record with seven goals in a 10-6 win against Toronto.  1923 — Canadiens beat Hamilton 5-4 in Montreal, in the first … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | IceCaps, Ellis, Scrivens, De La Rose, Carr, Weise, more

HEADLINES | IceCaps, Ellis, Scrivens, De La Rose, Carr, Weise, more

All Habs Headlines: Thursday January 28, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1988 — New York’s Marcel Dionne became the first player in NHL history to get 20 goals in each of his first 17 seasons.  1989 — Bernie Nicholls scored … Continue reading

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HEADLINES | Tinordi, Scott, Andrighetto, De la Rose, Galchenyuk, Bergevin, more

HEADLINES | Tinordi, Scott, Andrighetto, De la Rose, Galchenyuk, Bergevin, more

All Habs Headlines: Saturday January 16, 2016 On this day in hockey history… 1960 — Gordie Howe scored a goal and an assist in his 888th career game to become the NHL’s all time leading scorer, with 947 points. He passed … Continue reading

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